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The object argument slot can either be filled with the peeled object or the peel, the latter however is very, very rare. The peel and the peeled object can only be expressed together in a compound as in 'he peeled the apple skin off'.

Coding frame

Simplex Verb form

Examples

(308)
Wažązira waruxoroire.
wažązi=ra
orange=DEF
wa-ruxoro-ire
OBJ.3PL-peel-SBJ.3PL
‘They peeled the oranges.’
(309)
Wažązira keenį hanąąc wašuruxoronį?
wažązi=ra
orange=DEF
keenį
ANT.IN
hanąąc
all
wa-šu-ruxoro-nį
OBJ.3PL-2.A-peel-ANT.FIN
‘Have you peeled the oranges yet?’
Kšeera hanąąc nee waruxoro hįšiire.
kšee=ra
apple=DEF
hanąąc
all
nee
1EMPH
wa-ruxoro
OBJ.3PL-peel
hį-šii-ire
1E.U-tell.to.do-SBJ.3PL
‘They made me peel the apples.’

Verb meaning , Microroles , Coding sets and Argument types

# PEEL Coding set Argument type
1 peeler act.V A
2 peeled object obj:und.V P

Alternations

Alternation name Occurs Examples
C
R y
(310)
‘Can you peel these oranges for me?’
(311)
‘Can you peel my oranges?’
C
N y
C
M y
(852)
‘Peel the oranges into that bowl.’
C
M y
(848)
‘Peel it here over the table.’
‘You can peel it here over the table.’
C
M only with benefactive meaning y
(856)
‘Kunu is peeling this apple for himself.’
‘Heena is peeling an apple for himself.’
C
M only with autobenefactive meaning y
(857)
‘Kunu and Heena are peeling apples for each other.’
C
R y
(312)
‘I'm peeling my oranges.’
C
M y
(858)
‘Heena is peeling an apple for himself.’
C
N y
C
M maybe possible with reciprocal meaning y
(851)
‘If you're going to peel it yourself, peel it over this table here.’
C
N sound like you'd be taking your clothes off y
C
R y
(859)
‘I made Kunu peel the apples.’
(860)
‘They made me peel the apples.’
C
M y
(861)
‘I made myself peel all the apples.’
C
R y
‘They made me peel the apples.’
‘They made me peel the apples.’
C
R y
(313)
‘The sticks are peeled.’
C
R y
(855)
‘The wind cause all the birch trees to be peeled.’
C
M y
(849)
‘Peel the sticky papers over this for her.’
‘Can you peel them over here/this for me?’
C
M y
(853)
‘Peel the oranges into that bowl for me.’
C
M y
(850)
‘Did you peel them here over the table?’
C
M y
(854)
‘You can peel your oranges into the bowl?’
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
N y
C
R y
(314)
‘These oranges are easy to peel.’